British charityÂ The Prince’s Trust is set to relocate its headquarters to a new London office building.
It has agreed at deal with British Land to let Broadgate House, Eldon Street. Measuring 32,000 sq ft, the building also includes two retail units and will be used by The Prince’s Trust to help promote the work it does with young people in the United Kingdom.
The relocating of the charity’s headquarters is scheduled for completion in six months; by this point the refurbishment of Broadgate House currently taking place will have been completed.
Commenting on the deal to let Broadgate House, chief executive of The Prince’s Trust, Martina Milburn: “The Prince’s Trust has grown over the last few years as we respond to the number of young people who need our help.
“Broadgate House provides ideal facilities for our HQ and our London office, which supports young people in and around the capital. We also hope to use the retail units to showcase the achievements of some of the young people we have helped,” she added.
British Land’s head of offices, Tim Roberts, also commented. He stated: “We are delighted that The Prince’s Trust has chosen to relocate to Broadgate House. The property has satisfied their requirement well and will be significantly improved over the next six months. The Trust is involved in very impressive work to inspire positive change in young people and it is a privilege to have them located within one of our City buildings.”
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